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Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer

Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer is an over the counter dietary supplement that promises its users that it will speed up their metabolism for faster fat burning.  This is a highly common claim among diet pill manufacturers, so it’s up to customers to be savvy about what ingredients can do, whether or not they are safe and if they are worth the money.

What Does Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer Promise?

The claims made about Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer on the official brand’s website is that it will provide the body with thermogenic ingredients.  Thermogenics are a type of substance that will increase the body’s thermogenesis levels.  Thermogenesis is the process used in the body for producing heat.  It’s what helps your body to maintain a steady body heat throughout the day, it’s behind your raised temperature after a workout, it is what leads to a fever when you’re sick, and it’s what makes you feel hotter after you eat spicy foods.

As you can see, thermogenesis is a very natural process.  What Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer and other diet pills in this category try to do is to boost the process to raise the body temperature just slightly.  The reason that is beneficial is that in order to produce heat, the body needs to burn a fuel.  When used properly, that fuel can be your body’s stored body fat or the calories you’ve eaten in your recent meals and snacks.

What Are the Ingredients?

To understand whether or not you should trust the claims Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer makes about itself, it’s a good idea to have a closer look at the ingredients in its formula.  These will help you to know whether it contains substances that have been shown to produce the reactions it promises.  It will also help you to see if you should expect potential side effects or if there are safety issues you should know about.

At the time this Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer review was written, the ingredients in its formula were listed on the package as:

  • Green coffee bean
  • Conjugated linoleic acid
  • Hoodia
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Caffeine anhydrous
  • Garcinia cambogia
  • Raspberry ketones
  • African mango
  • Rhodiola root
  • Guarana
  • White kidney bean
  • Turmeric
  • 5-HTP
  • Griffonia simplicifolia
  • L-arginine
  • Papaya leaf

At first glance, it’s very easy to see that the people who formulated Rockstar R7 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer had done their homework in ensuring that virtually every hyped diet pill ingredient made it onto this list.  What isn’t as clear is why so many of these substances were chosen and why they were all combined in the way they were.  The official website for this product doesn’t cite any published research into these ingredients.

While some have been researched, the majority of the studies are considered to be preliminary. Indeed, some are seen as thermogenesis promoting. However, with a list this long, it is unclear as to how there would be enough of many of these ingredients contained within these pills to provide the same effects shown in the preliminary research available. Moreover, many of these ingredients have not been researched in combination with each other. It is therefore exceptionally important to speak with your doctor before taking these pills.

Miracle Diet Drops reviews

Miracle Diet Drops

Miracle Diet Drops reviews

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Increases Energy
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Miracle Diet Drops are an over the counter weight loss formulation that have been designed to be administered as a liquid instead of as a pill such as a capsule or tablet. While this doesn’t change the nature of the product in terms of the type of the type of benefit that it claims to provide, it could be more appealing than pills to dieters who find it challenging to be able to swallow tablets and capsules.

The official website explains that when a dieter purchases this product, he or she doesn’t just end up with a product but he or she also gains a membership to the dieting club through the company’s website. Whether or not this is actually considered to be a feature to buying the product is up to the individual dieter, as the website is quite rough, it is not regularly updated and maintained, and portions of it are quite hard to read as the background and text colors often approach one another. The text is filled with various types of mistakes and errors, to the extent that it may be believed that it was written in another language and translated with some form of software. If that is not the case, the people who are being the writing of the content did not take much care in terms of its accuracy and they have never gone back to repair it.

The website and membership aside, what most people would want to know about Miracle Diet Drops is whether or not they will actually work to help speed up weight loss or make it easier to accomplish.

After consulting with a doctor, the next thing that a dieter should do is look at the ingredients that make up the formulation. Although it took some searching on the website, the list of ingredients was finally located in the FAQ section. They appear to have been added as a kind of afterthought, as the entire format of their entry is different from the rest of the site.

At the time that this review was written, they were listed as: l-Carnitine, L-Omithine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Tryosine, Tryptophan, Beta-Alanine, Green Tea Leaf Extract Panax Ginseng, Ginger Root, Garcinia, Eleuthero (Siberian ginseng), Capsicum, and Raspberry Ketone.

No research was cited in order to help to back up the claims that are made about these ingredients and any ability that they might have to make fat loss faster and easier. All of these substances are found quite commonly in the over the counter weight loss industry, but only some have been researched with weight loss in mind. Among them, only a small few have shown positive results in promoting weight loss in limited research.

W700 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer review

W700 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer

W700 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer review

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W700 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer is an over the counter supplement pill that is designed to provide assistance to dieters by increasing their body temperature so that more fats and calories are burned off as heat. That is a common strategy among many nonprescription diet pills, and is a process known as thermogenesis. This product is manufactured by a company called Ubervita.

Thermogenesis is a process that has seen some controversy in terms of use as a weight loss product, but the area in which it has been widely accepted is in promoting greater calorie burning when used in conjunction with cardio exercise. While measurable weight loss may not occur as a result of the use of thermogenic diet pills, on their own, they may help to enhance the results of a good workout, if it is completed with the use of the product on a regular basis.

In the case of W700 Thermogenic Hyper-Metabolizer, this diet pill has been marketed to two main groups of consumers. The first is people who want to lose fat so that they can reduce their weight overall (and who would like to improve their fitness level while they’re at it). The second is people who are already athletic and who want to be able to burn a higher amount of fat so that there will be less padding covering up their muscles. By reducing that layer, the outcome is better muscle definition as the existing muscles will no longer be hidden.

At the time that this review was written, these fat burners were being sold on the official website of the manufacturer. They were $29.95 for a bottle of sixty capsules, which provides a one month supply of the product.

That website also provided information with regards to the ingredients that make up the 468mg proprietary blend in the formula, as well as the directions for using the product.

On top of 2000 mcg of vitamin B6, the formula also includes the proprietary blend that is made of: caffeine, schizandra, L-arginine, beta alanine, guarana seed extract, uva ursi, capsicum, garcinia cambogia, raspberry ketones, green coffee, and tribulus.

This product is clearly made of a mix of studied and completely unproven substances. There are some known fat burners, some very powerful stimulants, recognized thermogenics, and diuretics. This means that while fat burning could result from the use of this product, there is also a risk of side effects for many dieters, and water loss that could place the user at risk of dehydration. It is important not to confuse the loss of excess fluids resulting from the use of this product, with burned away fat. The reason is that lost water will return once the body rehydrates.

The directions for this product say that it should be taken two times per day, with a full glass of water at meal time.

Due to the nature of this product, it is very important to speak with a doctor before using it.

Drop Away Diet Drops review

Drop Away Diet Drops

Drop Away Diet Drops review

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Drop Away Diet Drops are a type of weight loss supplement that is made in the form of a drop instead of a pill, to provide dieters with an alternative to tablets and capsules. This can be appealing to many people who struggle to be able to swallow pills, or who simply would prefer a different format.

That said, the most notable thing about Drop Away Diet Drops likely isn’t the fact that it is made in the form of a liquid instead of a pill – particularly as this type of option is becoming increasingly popular within this market. What is very interesting is that at the time of this review, there were a total of 22 ingredients that made up this formulation. This is considerably higher than the standard pill and is usually seen as an indicator that there is a decreased chance that the product will actually be effective. That said, just because these drops have a common warning sign against them, it doesn’t mean that they will not be effective or useful. It is important to look more closely at a product before making this type of assumption.

Typically speaking, one of the first steps to take – aside from consulting with a doctor – in terms of looking into weight loss products is to examine the ingredients and determine whether or not they have been scientifically proven to be both safe and effective. This could present quite a challenge when it comes to a product containing 22 ingredients. That said, the official website for Drop Away Diet Drops unfortunately does not provide a complete list of its ingredients. It lists only the first eight, and then simply says “and much more!”, so that the consumer would need to blindly trust the company and the fact that the remaining ingredients would not only be safe and effective, but that they would also not be something to which they could potentially be allergic.

The ingredients that are listed are: L-Carnitine, L-Ornithine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Tyrosine,
Beta-alanine, Chromium, and Blue Green Algae (Aphanizomenon flosaquae). These are all ingredients that are commonly seen in the nonprescription weight loss industry, despite the fact that none of them have actually been proven to provide measurable weight loss in humans.

Moreover, as there is no complete ingredients list provided and the quantities of these first eight ingredients are not offered on the official website, it is impossible to know if there are any specific combinations that could be considered effective. As 22 ingredients are all meant to be dispensed in the form of liquid drops, even if all of these substances were effective, it would be unlikely that there would be enough in them to actually provide the desired results.